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Posted on: May 23, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 5/23/2012

On 5/17/12 runaways were reported by parents on Mountain View Drive and on Wyoming Drive. On 5/22/12 the Cheyenne Police Department advised the runaways were in custody and the parents have notified.

On 5/19/12 officers were dispatched to an address on Riverview Drive regarding an ambulance assist. Officers learned two subjects, a 21 year old male and a 24 year old female, were unconscious and were transported to Memorial Hospital. Officers on the scene learned the subjects may have been involved in using illegal narcotics and a detective was called to the scene. Evidence was gathered and the investigation is ongoing at this time. A report will be forwarded, upon completion, to the County Attorney’s office for review.

Officers investigated a crash at the GRHS parking lot when a car driven by 16 year old male struck a car driven by a 16 year old female. Damage to both vehicles was estimated at over $1000 each and no injuries were reported. The 16 year old male was cited for Inattentive Driving.
Officers investigated a complaint of Urinating in Public on Jensen Street when the victim advised his neighbor urinated on the victim’s fence. The suspect has not been contacted at this time and the investigation is ongoing at this time.

Officers responded to a request for a welfare check on Wilderness Trail when a mother reported her daughter was despondent. The daughter was located and found to be well.

Officers responded to a complaint of a barking dog on E Teton Blvd; the dog could not be located.
Animal Control Officers responded to a complaint of a dog at large on Hitching Post Drive; the owner was contacted.

Officers assisted Probation and Parole agents by witnessing a drug tests for a clients on Commerce Way.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Boulder Drive with a 73 year old male who passed out and was having difficulty breathing.

Officers responded to a complaint of an Attempted Fraud on Uinta Drive when the victim advised she received a letter in the mail she suspects is a scam. No monetary loss was reported.

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